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SGcvn69

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  1. He's been doing great! The scales got knocked off when I had to net him. He's darked up a lot! Still a little gold on him just because he has been indoors! His tail has grown back some. A pectoral fin still looks like it is missing a chunk, but it will take time! Being pigs for the time being lol!
  2. Ignore all the algae on the glass! He looks all healed, but still has a weird mark under his scales?
  3. Looking better! Even with 50% water change twice a day the algae is taking over! But he is looking a lot better!
  4. Nah! This Seachem combo is amazing! And it’s kinda crazy to rotate through with each feeding, but it works well! I quit dosing his buddies tonight. They’ve been looking good for awhile. Gonna keep it up with him though until he is fully back to himself!
  5. Yeah! His buddies are doing good. The twice a day feedings have gotten them to look like mini whales LOL!
  6. Finally looking “normal”-ish! I will continue treating until that weird discolored looking patch on his dorsal is gone though in case whatever it is that he is sick with has embedded itself under his scales, but at least he isn’t fuzzy, shedding, or ulcerated anymore! AND...it looks like his color has come back a little! Must be feeling better! ☺️
  7. He’s looking so much better! No more ulcer or fuzz! Loss some color, but I’m guessing it’s cuz of the light colors and he is trying to blend in? Either that ir he is stressed out.
  8. Here’s some updated pics. His fins are a lot less red. Tried to upload a video, but it wasn’t allowed 😕
  9. Well, two of the others were introduced a month before this happened. They were quarantined and treated with the same meds since one of them looked slimy and had slight dropsy. I will most likely pour him back in with his friends once everyone is healthy again.
  10. I think I found the issue! https://cflas.org/2014/03/27/treating-columnaris-or-body-fungus-not-a-true-fungus/
  11. I’ve been doing 50% am/pm cuz I didn’t think want to net him so much. Plus it’s hard to get a net into the bowl 😂 I did throw my beta heater in there and his slime coat has gotten better, but now he has fungus around the possible ulcer near the front of his dorsal fin. He is eating so that’s good! Looking less red too. Need to get a heater though for the other container. All my old heaters for this have either broken or gotten old and leaked. 😢 I got my money’s worth though for having them 20+ years!
  12. Oh and also, 0.25 is normal ammonia for me from the tap. It was higher for some reason when I did my testing
  13. Moved him into a hospital tank even though the other fish were affected too. He is just really bad and wanted to monitor him some more. Small 1 gallon, but makes it easier to change water at least.
  14. Btw, there are no grainy bits anymore
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